NEW YORK - Whole milk is being expelled from the largest school district in the country here, much to the chagrin of the dairy industry. One percent and fat-free milk will replace whole milk in all New York City schools by the end of the month. Skim chocolate milk will still be served on a limited basis. Groups representing dairy producers contend that when presented with lower-fat and fewer flavored milk options, many of the nearly 1.1 million schoolchildren in Big Apple schools will skip ...

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